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Jun 20, 2014 7:30pm EDT
think about europe and target europe. and the western countries. ofbut for now, the violence iraq is experienced by the people of iraq. these are sunni villagers who fled because they say a shia militia attack them. this man said he had seen earned and mutilated bodies. as she had seen burned and mutilated bodies. he said the bodies were dumped in plastic bags. when we saw that, we took our families and left, he said. this girl and her sister lost their father in the killings. this is not a war of neighbor against neighbor, a simple narrative of religious hatred between iraq ease, but a country undone by war and political failure. i felt we were going to be killed right away, she says. me and my family. king, bbc news. >> families who are being pulled apart by this fighting. for more on the security situation and america's role, i'm joined by the state department director of policy planning during president obama's first term. she is now the president of the new america foundation. i wanted to pick up on something the kurdish intelligence chief said about the prospect of iraq beco
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 7:00pm EDT
that the administration is working in cooperative fashion with our partners and allies in europe to present a united front. more, that russia plays a destabilizing role in ukraine, the more isolated they will become. that thelready seen sanctions have been put in place so far in a cooperative fashion with our allies in europe have had an impact on the russian economy and an impact in isolating them in the international financial markets. >> will that be deterring their behavior? sure that is a fair thing to say. wet we are seeing, i think are seeing a lot of mixed signals from russia right now, what their intentions are, that is evidenced by the fact that we have seen some troop movement on the border, some away from the border and some toward the border. in those situations where russia has made a decision to withdraw their troops, we welcome to the evidence of that. but we are concerned about this latest evidence that indicates new troops are being deployed to the border. on the auspices of a border security policy or exercise, as it does not seem to be underway. what the presiden
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm PDT
development when you think about recruiting in the united states and europe. how involved will the obama administration get? kate joins me now from washington. what else did the president tell you? >> following up on his warning to iraqi leaders i asked him by going into the country and supporting the iraqi government and iraqi forces, isn't there a real threat that he's going to be seen supporting one side, the side of the shia that could inflame the tensions there and do what the isis terrorists want. here's what he said. >> the terms in which we are willing to go in as advisers is to initially do an assessment of do they still have a functioning chain of command and is their military still capable particularly in the western and northwestern regions of the country but it's what we've also say is that is in a joint operations center that we might set up in any advising that we may do, if we don't see sunni, shia and kurd representation in the military command structure and sunni, see yeah and kurd political sport for what we're doing then we won't do it. >> i asked him to give me his g
SFGTV
Jun 20, 2014 3:30pm PDT
community associations or organizations and dpw and h s a europe and oewd office of economic workforce development the former department i came from david and randy thank you, thank you. it's just been oh, dpw and depth of environment it's been a great experience to put on this event this is any second year to cooperate that thank you for the community support to show the graduates how much we care about their success again, thank you enjoy all the retirement thank you supervisor cowen and supervisor chiu and a dr. marshall huge shout out to both of you for the great work and hydra mendez and thank you, thank you everyone for all the great support. have a great event (clapping) >> okay. it's over you can run and jump in line. thank >> so what brought you out here for the bike ride today? >> i grew up in san francisco but i have been living in new york. i wanted to see what san francisco is doing with infrastructure. >> cities are where people are living these days. the bay area is doing a lot with construction and the way to change the world starts here. >> we are about to take a bike
CBS
Jun 20, 2014 6:30pm EDT
racism while playing in europe iskept. >> that money is nothing to them. they pay their fine and do their due diligence and maybe issue a ban and then life goes on. >> reporter: one more severe sanction is taking away home games or forcing teams to play in empty stadiums. no fans, no ticket receipts. sharyn, that's exactly what was ordered last year against bulgaria, hungary, the ukraine, and peru. >> alfonsi: unbelievable. thanks, elaine. today the u.s. state department said it's relocating some of the staff from the embassy in kenya to other countries because of security concerns. kenya in east africa ha hit by a wave of terror attacks. this past sunday, islamist militants shot and killed at least 50 people, including a group that had gathered to watch world cup soccer tournament. today, doctors in germany said the explorer who was rescued from a deep cave is doing well, but a full recovery will take months. 52-year-old johann westhauser thanked his rescuers from his hospital bed. he was seriously hurt and unable to move after a rock fell on his head. westhauser was pulled from th
ABC
Jun 20, 2014 6:30pm EDT
rule all of the entire world, over europe and america. >> reporter: u.s. authorities have been on alert. just today, two texas men were indicted for allegedly planning to travel overseas to join jihad and support terrorist activities. >> if you have information on this man. >> reporter: the man behind it all, is a rarely photographed 43-year-old iraqi with a $10 us reward on his head, known as abu dua, or al-baghdadi. when al-baghdadi announced the goals of his group in 2012, he issued his own direct threat to the us about a second and worse 9/11. >> reporter: and with the reported seizure of hundreds of millions of dollars in cash and gold in iraq. >> we know you'll stay on it. thank you. >>> tonight the white house weighing in after the images on "world news." the surge of young faces crossing the american border from the south. some of the children without their parents, others with family, one mother, collapsing when authorities told her she had made it to the u.s. tonight the obama administration with the warning they will take action against those crossing the border and spe
LINKTV
Jun 20, 2014 3:00pm PDT
account. the rules about this movement of data -- for instance, in europe, where there are strong consumer privacy rules, it would be a rollback of those rights, and a risk for consumers. >> what about these issues of secrecy, that this agreement, tisa, was not supposed to be known about for five years after enactment? the frontd note on page, which is what you referred thewhat they say is, once actual agreement was adopted it would become public. in the u.s., it would become federal law. all of our domestic policies would have to conform to meet it. we would see the actual final agreement. what that confidentiality agreement says is we would not be able to see any of the documents for five years that went into the making of the agreement, so anything about what position different countries brought to the table, anything about what -- countries that provisions meant as far as the interpretation, i call that the anti-accountability clause. suddenly, sprung upon us would be this deregulatory agreement, and then all the fingerprints would be covered up for five years, as well as theo
LINKTV
Jun 20, 2014 2:30pm PDT
the turmoil in europe, the indices were more mixed. we saw the dax in frankfurt, below the flat line. the london ftse 100 was up about a quarter of one percent. it was boosted by another round of mna action in the health sector. if we take a closer look at why we saw the ftse trade higher, shire pharmaceuticals has projected to take over a bid worth $46 billion. the committee says the offer from its american rival undervalues the firm. the stock markets appear to be betting that the story doesn't end there. the share price in 17% higher on the session as investors any other actor may sweeten and come out the new offer. the swiss bank ubs is facing pressure controversy. the head in belgian has been charged with money laundering. allegations that he advise wealthy clients to stash their cash in offshore accounts to evade taxes. the -- it'sto make gateway to europe. tour of a three-day another european country. china is interested to buy us take in the port authority. that is the business news. it is back to you. >> thanks very much. now, it is time to find out what has been generating
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
europe and communicated directly to putin was there is an opportunity for russia to play a constructive role in this process. there is no reason for the people of ukraine to relations with russia and good relations with the west. there is an opportunity for them to have both. they are only going to have those solid relations if russia respects the sovereignty of ukraine and works in a cooperative fashion to bring stability to the security situation there. >> [indiscernible] >> that is correct. >> in iraq, the top shiite is now calling for a new government. considering maliki's religious group, does that leave the u.s. to think that it is time for new government there to take over? >> the views of the administration have not changed, that the leadership should be determined by the iraqi people. that is the policy of this administration. it is something that president reiterated yesterday. it is also the belief of the obama administration and of the president personally that a successful iraqi government, an iraqi central government that has control over the country and can b
Bloomberg
Jun 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
mainstream. europe many more network ,hoices, netflix -- before it when i was younger, there were three networks, then for five. now you have some a different possibilities, but they on the content. for the business minded that happens to be creative, i think that's the way to go and that's why i committed to writing these novels. of selfthat kind starter activity directly linked to the books themselves, because you can publish and you don't eed anyone to tell you -- >> that's my point. there are more opportunities whether it's in film -- people are shooting films on iphones. you don't need the big budgets. you can self publish. you have to maintain a level of excellence because yes, there are greater opportunities, but of course there is a greater rise of mediocrity and horrible things. the standards aren't up to snuff. i think if you approach it in a professional way, the independent projects can start competing with the mainstream projects, and i think that allows the artist to control his vision much more. i think it allows him to do more and edgyng things things. you are bypa
LINKTV
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm PDT
reporter spoke to some african migrants who risked their lives to get to europe. >> these people have just arrived in sicily from africa. they have survived the trip across the mediterranean and are now waiting to be recognized as refugees. >> we've got no food, no water, no nothing. >> most of the arrivals say they are fleeing violence or human rights abuses in the countries. >> there's war in my country, so i have to run far away. i don't want to die young, you know? >> they have arrived in europe with nothing. they are hoping to stay and make new lives. >> i really miss my parents. i really miss my wife and my kids. they do not know my whereabouts, whether i'm alive. they don't know. my hope is to stay here and benefit myself and my family, my wife, my children, my kids. >> i would love to stay and work . in nigeria right now, you cannot work. here they are good to me, very nice people. >> but italian authorities have been overwhelmed by the situation. it's often up to local residents to help migrants in the holding center. with clothing, for example. many refugees who have be
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm PDT
in place so far in a cooperative fashion again with our allies in europe has had impact on russian economy and impact in terms of isolating them in the financial financial markets. >> they don't seem to be deterring their behavior though, is that fair to say? >> well, no, i'm not sure that that's a fair thing to say. i think what we are seeing is -- i think we're seeing a lot of mixed signals from russia right now about what their intentions are. >> now, one other big development one day after president obama announced he's sending military advisors to iraq, russian president vladimir putin had his own phone call with nuri al maliki. the readout from the call said putin offered his support to the iraqi government. it's not lost on administration officials that putin may once again be trying to assert his influence in a global hot spot where the u.s. is involved. we should mention that today was jay carney's last day at the white house. josh earnest will be the official white house press secretary start ong monday, wolf. >> i want to bring jim sciutto back. is this a situation where
FOX
Jun 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
europe, south america and us. >> legalization of so-called recreational drugs is not only highly questionable from a legislative standpoint but it fails to produce the desired effects. >> reporter: pope has a long history of speaking out against drug use spending much of this time as archbishop of ben notice heiress caring for addicts but just last month, argentina's neighbor uruguay cleared the sale for sales of marijuana in pharmacies. in the united states recreational use is legal in colorado and washington state. and medical marijuana is now available in 22 states. with new york poised to become the 23rd. >> medical marijuana has the capacity to do a lot of good for a lot of people who are in pain and who are suffering. >> reporter: pope francis says the underlying problems lead to go drug use must be addressed. more legalization isn't the answer. >> replace many drugs are not an adequate therapy but instead of failed means of surrendering to the phenomenon. i want to row pete what i've already said on other occasions. no to any type of drug. report roar oregon is expect to v
CBS
Jun 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
kerr toy europe and middle east this weekend for talks on how to defeat the the insurgency. the the the president is also dispatching up to 300 military advisors to help coordinate the the battle but not engage in combat. washington is pushing iraq's shiite prime minister nori al-maliki to establish a moan inclusive government to over throw the crisis but rival leaders say it is time for the prime minister to go. >> he says, u.s. policy just can't rely on a paralyzed man who has lost control of iraq. about 150 miles north of baghdad iraqi troops are battling insurgents for control of the largest oil refinery for a second day now. losing control of the facility would be a huge blow to the iraqi government. alfonso van marsh, for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> stay with "eyewitness news" on television and on line as we continue to bring you the very latest on the crisis in iraq. >>> nearly 50 men and women became u.s. citizens in philadelphia today. the the oath ceremony at national museum of american jewish history in center city was held to commemorate world refugee day. at the ceremo
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm PDT
today that is way, way behind europe and japan and even china. we need to weatherize millions of homes to cut back on greenhouse gas emissions and save people money on their fuel bill. i think when people understand that the war in iraq cost 4 trillion but if we invested 1 trillion in america, we become more productive and create 13 million jobs, i think the american people will say as harry reid just did, invest in america. create jobs here. >> senator, your response to what the president did yesterday? are you okay with it? do you think this could spiral out of control? do you think we have gone as far as we can go at this point? is this it with iraq as you see it? >> well, ed, i voted against the war going into that war. and the one thing that really drives me a little bit nuts is that people are still listening to the dick cheneys and others who got us into this disastrous situation in the first place by not telling the truth and the reality of what was going on in iraq. to my mind clearly, this is not just an american issue. it is a crisis which the international community has got
FOX Business
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm EDT
our brothers over in europe so they don't have to worry about russia and the ukraine situation. we're years behind, other countries around the world, australia is seven years ahead of us on l and g. liz: glad you brought up australia. there is the law of unintended consequences, when australia started exporting natural gas, the price began to skyrocket state side in australia. that became a problem, that's why you see dow chemical who comes from australia who remembered that saying you have to be careful. what we don't want to see is a price shock to americans who have been running their homes on natural gas. how do we straddle the line? >> the difference between the united states and australia is all the l and g was built on coal bed methane hopes, that didn't pan out. the united states is totally different. we have proven reserves of hundreds of years of supply. we find it at a 4, $3 natural gas price which is half of what other countries get. we have plenty of supply and can supply the world around with respect to the natural gas we discovered. liz: ironically, an oilman boo
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm EDT
kemper plant in mississippi has 55 billion-dollar cost overrun. in europe they are closing down natural gas plants. they are mothballing them because the natural gas prices are so high coming out of russia. so they are building the new plants and last year they imported 54% of the coal exports. succumb to have the flexibility of the gas prices go up to build the new plant. we don't have that flexibility. do you think that that is fair to the american people? >> i actually disagree respectfully, mr. attorney in. we think that the new plants can be built under the new rule, and they are going forward. >> at this time i would like to recognize the gentleman from illinois for his five-minute opening statement. >> thank you mr. chairman. i want to commend you, ms. mccabe, i want to commend the epa and your colleagues for the way that you have approached this proposal. i think that you have been exceedingly open during this process of creating this proposal, and from what i hear today this process has not concluded that there would be more and more opportunities for the states and the
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm PDT
marched through europe, america and the world turned to detroit to save it. in a new book called "the arsenal of democracy" recalls how detroit's auto industry and ford motor company transformed into the largest military making enterprise in history, arming the allies with bombers and tanks to help liberate the world. here with us, the author of this book, a.j. bain. thank you so much for joining us. we appreciate it. >> absolute pleasure to be here. >> i was a history major, so i sort of studied this back when i was in college. and i'm always nostalgic for it, even though i wasn't there, because of this sort of coming together for a common purpose that not only soldiers did and the country did but businesses did back then as well. so you're going to give us a little break down of the history throughout the show. first question off to you, do you ever think we could see this type of effort again by american businesses coming together for a national unity effort? >> you know, i get asked this question in every interview i do. i always answer it the same way. absolutely not. let me answ
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am PDT
. but the u.s., not too worried. >> we're used to it. we have teams coming over from europe that never play in humidity. they're cramping and complaining about it. for us, we're trying to use it to our advantage. >> we will talk to rachel nichols, who is standing by for us. does the u.s. have a chance against portugal? we'll break it down. talking world cup, next. means keeping seven billion ctransactions flowing.g, and when weather hits, it's data mayhem. but airlines running hp end-to-end solutions are always calm during a storm. so if your business deals with the unexpected, hp big data and cloud solutions make sure you always know what's coming - and are ready for it. make it matter. crestor lowered bad cholesterol in it's a fact. high-risk patients more than lipitor. bad cholesterol... you're going down! yeah! lowering cholesterol is a big deal, especially if you have high cholesterol plus any of these risk factors, because you could be at increased risk for plaque buildup in your arteries over time. so, when diet and exercise aren't enough to lower cholesterol, adding crest
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm EDT
have seen people arriving in italy and not being -- and being refused entry into europe. is that something that you think ought to change in the short-term on that? is that something that you have any power to change? >> i think that we need to recognize we have different situations in different european countries. countries like germany or sweden have done remarkable work in receiving refugees. italy [ inaudible ] an enormous amount of people, but we have bulgaria with the border closed and other countries with more difficult immigration situations. we appeal to countries to open their borders to the syrians, open visas, and there is something that i believe is not acceptable. it's to see syrian families drowning, dying in the mediterranean, because they have no other way to reach safety in europe. so my appeal to all european countries to understand that support for refugees, for syrian refugees is now an obligation for us all. >> thank you very much for joining us. >>> child mie -- my grants are being seen in increasing numbers from guatemala into the united states. >> reporte
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am PDT
isis and what it means not just to iraq but to the region and to the united states and to europe and as a result of that, i think we act certainly on behalf of iraq but we need to act on behalf of our own national security interests. >> after isis is inside iraq, what stops them from doing that inside syria? >> they have erased the border between syria and iraq. they control a piece of land that you have shown accurately on television many times. we should not recognize that border. it doesn't exist. we should certainly conduct a limited and selected air campaign against targets that we're able to acquire in syria and iraq. >> quick final question. people talk about air strikes and changing of someone in central government, it makes me think of libya. that's a recent example of where we saw air strikes being used. what prevents iraq from not be libya now is total chaos as you know and terrorists are operating freely within that country. >> two problems with libya. first, on military use of air strikes in libya we found ourselves in a military stalemate because we didn't put air traff
LINKTV
Jun 20, 2014 10:30am PDT
from europe. thousands of tons of electronic scrap end up in west africa every year and pollute the environment. that's cheaper than disposing of electronic components properly in the countries they come from. >> to be honest, we only noticed later that with our project we were also participating in the fight against pollution and e-waste in our country, by giving it a new chance. >> for all the components afate gnikou takes with him today, he pays the equivalent of a few cents. here, everything is priced by weight. the kilo price is always negotiable. for the nigerian traders, it's worth it. in his workshop, he carries out the final adjustments. he's spent under 100 euros for all his printer components. many people thought he was crazy at first and said nobody could make a high-tech 3-d printer from scrap. and it was a long way for afate, who got his degree in geography. >> it took six months in all. it was a lot of work. i had to keep trying things out to see what components fit, and if something didn't work, i needed another replacement part or had to make something myself. it to
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am PDT
trade agreement with europe next week. washington along with other things in the world keeping an eye on this troubled situation. the treasury department saying they are issuing sanctions against seven individuals against ukraine for destabilizing the reason and harboring pro- russian sentiments. still an unstabled region indeed. back to you uma. >> thank you very much. >>> the irs targeting of conservative front and center on capitol hill as the commissioner testifies the first time since the irs claimed thousands of e-mails from lois lerner were lost in a computer crash. the day's hearing was heated at times. and he refuses to apologize. >> i didn't hear an apology to the committee. >> i don't think an apology was owed. not a single e-mail was lost. and we have produced and will produce. >> you don't think the time period between january 2009 is relevant. >> it is relevant. >> some critics compared the irs scandal in to what happen in watergate. the water said it is much worse and reads "watergate break in was a professional party in power going after the party professionals out of
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. >>> and rain is causing serious problems in both the u.s. and europe, our meteorologist rebecca stephenson joins us with more. >> we're looking at a big area of low-pressure. you can see it on the satellite. places that have had significant rain fall. bulgaria has had flash flooding, and we have video to show you, cars were piling up on each other, and mud sliding into homes. cleanup is one of the number one issues here today. we did have some deaths from this, because it caused so many problems like sinkholes and things like that. the rainfall for the entire month of june? bole gar garia is 1.6 inches, and in the a past 36 hours you had 3.4 inches of rainfall. let's go to minnesota where you have flooded homes and you can see folks walking out in the flood waters, just the last thing you want to do is drive into them because you don't know where the flood waters will carry you, and now the rain thank goodness, it's moving out. but we still have an area of low-pressure along the canadian border. we had an all-time amount of rainfall from the month of june on the calendar day in
CNBC
Jun 20, 2014 1:00pm EDT
, and then if you want add pure kurdistan play there are two that trade in europe. dno, and also genel, founded by, guess who? tony hayward? remember he was running bp back during the spill in the gulf of mexi mexico. >> michelle, thank you. appreciate it very much. >>> let's pick up on that with our next guest, who ran the kriismt aeis cia's operation . it's a pleasure to have you on "power lunch." >> a pleasure to be here. >> i'm going to go right to michelle's report, because i think it plays into what you think might be the desired outcome. which would be perhaps separate states in iraq? >> i think we are watching the dissolution of iraq right now. the kurds have kirkuk. the kurds have oil. it will be difficult for the central government to reassert its authority. so de facto we have a kurdish state. the big problem the kurds will face is the reaction. we're watching in the sunni heartland pretty much go its own way. it will remain to be seen in the next few days whether the central government can launch an offensive that can recapture it, but again de facto we have a sunni h
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am PDT
meetings in europe and the middle east. our chief national security correspondent jim sciutto will be traveling with the secretary this week. there's a lot at stake. the key question is how far is the u.s. going to go in squeezing the iraqis to get rid of nuri al maliki? >> they're not going to do it publicly. they're going to do it subtlety. they don't want their fingers on a political regime change. he certainly didn't express a vote of confidence in maliki. i think that's what's happening. it's happening domestically as well. the ayatollah sistani, the revered leader of shias in iraq, saying today that they need a leader. in effect, maliki losing that backing as well. at the same time, you have people raising their hands, other shias coming forward who have a better relationship with the sunnis and kurds. one of emthis, ahmad chalabi, remember the name, 2003, one of the architects of the american invasion. so you already have people who are raising their hands possibly to reblaze him. >> arwa damon is joining us. she's in erbil, iraq. arwa, both sides of this conflict, they're tryi
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am PDT
turkey, bordering on europe. i just heard this morning they were talking about this militant group had taken over a chemical weapons depot. what does that mean for some of our allies. the fact remains we need to protect our own nation, our own interests here and i'm not sure if that involves intervention at this point. >> terrorist nation. tell us how you really feel. thanks to all of you for those insights. and up next, we're going to continue to look at this subject. the crisis in the middle east, but particularly, this iran question, which is so contentious. and we have a very special guest. british foreign secretary william hague. stay with us for that. ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ don't stop now, come on mony ♪ come on, yeah ♪ i say yeah ♪ yeah ♪ yeah ♪ yeah ♪ yeah ♪ yeah ♪ yeah ♪ 'cause you make me feel ♪ like a pony ♪ so good ♪ like a pony ♪ so good ♪ like a pony [ male announcer ] the sentra with bose audio and nissanconnect technology. spread your joy. nissan. innovation that excites. ♪ mony mony innovation that excites. ♪ means keeping seven billion ct
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm EDT
middle east and europe where he'll be able to consult with our allies and partners, and just as all iraqi's neighbors must respect their territorial integrity, all of iraq's neighbors have a vital interest in ensuring iraq does not descend into civil war. above all, iraqi leaders must rise above their differences and come together around a political plan for iraq's future. shia, sunni, kurds, all iraqis must have confidence that they can advance their interests and aspirations through the political process rather than through violence. national unity meetings have to go forward to build consensus across iraq's different communities. now that the results of iraq's recent election has been certified, a new parliament should con convenience as soon as possible. the formation of a new government will be an opportunity to begin a genuine dialogue and forge a government that represents the legitimate interests of all iraqis. now, it's not the place for the united states to choose iraq's leaders. it is clear, though, that only leaders that can govern with an inclusive agenda are going to b
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm EDT
, italy is the one bearing the brunt of the biggest migration from the africa and europe in years, al jazerra, sicily. >>> the u.s. has black lifted thailand and malaysia for failing for combat human trafficking. secretary of state john kerry downgraded both countries on the annual list of the world's worst human traffickers. he says there should be no impunity for those found guilty of trafficking. and that the responsibility to end the trade lies on everyone. >> whenever rule of law is weak, where corruption is most ingrained, and where populations can't count on the protection of governments and law enforcement, they find zones of vulnerability to trafficking. but whenever rule of law is strong, where individuals are willing to speak out and governments willing to listen, we find there is protection against trafficking. and that is what is possible if we double down on dignity, which is what we are doing here today. >> mahmoud a boss is accusing israel's three missing teenagers. they killed an teen as troops raided homes searching for the missing boys. here is the second pal still
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 8:00am PDT
to it. you have teams coming other from europe that never play in humidity, and they -- they're cramping and complaining about it. so for us, we're trying to use it to our advantage. >> also helping the americans chances, it's possible that portugal's star player, the fifa world player the year renaldo will not play because of a knee injury it also their lead defender pepe got a red card. >> can't head-butt people. >>> thousands of fans from all over the world have gone to brazil for the world cup. most flew. one guy, though, he did it a different way. he rode 8,000 miles from canada all the way to brazil on horse back. >> was this like some sort of thing about prices of airline tickets? i don't know. phillipe joins us. [ speaking foreign language ] >> thank you so much for having me on your show. >> we have to switch to english for my friend over here. >> i have no idea what happened. >> what an amazing journey. >> it was amazing. >> how were you able to do this? how do you feel now that you've gotten brack ton brazil on a horse? >> thank you so much. how was i able to do it? a
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 8:00am PDT
countries like syria have developed nodes into europe and other locations in american suicide bombers from states like florida to fight in jihadist. >> are we supposed to take away from the report we should be more vigilant when these groups will be really focused on the west or more locally in their own country? >> that is a great question. what we found is there are some groups, not a large number of them interested in targeting the united states homeland including the group out of yemen, al qae al qaeda, but most of what they found is these were targeting regimes in the countries operating in but also present a threat to u.s. embassies and citizens in a range of these countries so vigilance will be actually quite important. uma: it is quite provocative, one we have to keep a close watch on. we really appreciate your insight. >> thank you very much. jon: our diplomatic facility is now in custody on the uss new york. being questioned by fbi interrogators on the navy ship. how long will they wait before they read him his rights and how will that affect the intelligence they get from h
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am EDT
violence. >> . >> and in europe, our meteorologist, rebecca stevens joins us now. >> it's summer here, the last day of string, and thunderstorms are the biggest problem across the globe. in bulgaria, massive flooding, and all of the damage that was caused. you can see the water, the cars, and this was intense flash flooding. so clearly, this water coming down very fast. and them it was getting funneled down valleys, and funneled through streets. that's what helped pick up large objects and move them down several, in some cases several blocks, but certainly creating problems and a lot of cleanup today. and i. >> if we move onto the amount of rainfall that we have had in bulgaria, it's impressive. average rainfall, 1.8 inches for the entire month of june, and in 36 hours alone, you have far more than that, 4 and a half inches totaling. so that's the kinds of problems that it can create. in addition, in the united states, we have had similar kinds of rainfall and flooding causing issues, especially for minnesota. soil conditions, saturated here, and we don't need any more rainfall, but i
CNBC
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am EDT
electric. the onslaught continues into europe for ceos wanting to bias set there's. the pharmaceuticals has rejected a $47 billion offer from avi which came from north carolina. they again want to tax invert. you can see the results. stock is up 17%. they will argue that actually they're growing sharery well and risen substantially anyway in just this part of the year. so we'll watch that moving within pharmaceuticals. two high profiles ipo nasdaq europe today. urinext spun off by the new york stock exchange. they actually priced it at 20 euros a share towards the bottom edge and you can see it's fallen from there. tsb is being spun off by lloyds, lloyds bank in the uk. still owned by government. they have to do that to satisfy the regulators. that one was priced to go and bounced a bit at the open. the other thing i wanted to mention to you is that sergio, the ceo of fiat has given interviews that he is suggesting they're going to sell off over $800 million worth of assets, partly their own stock, 2% of uk's holland, the tractor maker which they own, in order to interes
KRON
Jun 20, 2014 7:00am PDT
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CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am EDT
. what the president told -- said in europe and communicated directly to putin was there is an opportunity for russia to play a constructive role in this process. there is no reason for the people of ukraine to relations with russia and good relations with the west. there is an opportunity for them to have both. they are only going to have those solid relations if russia respect the sovereignty of ukraine and works in a cooperative fashion to bring stability to the security situation there. >> [indiscernible] >> that is correct. shiite ist, the top now calling for a new government. maliki's religious group, does that leave the u.s. to think that it is time for new government there to take over? thehe views of administration have not changed, that the leadership should be determined by the iraqi people. the policy of this administration. it is something that president reiterated yesterday. it is also the belief of the obama administration and of the president personally that a government, ani iraqi central government that has control over the country and can bring stability, wil
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 7:00am PDT
. we know he's going to be heading that direction this weekend. to europe and the middle east, and then to iraq. we're told, likely soon. this is significant, i think. as we heard from the president yesterday, craig, this administration this president is not going to prop up al-maliki as the prime minister there. they recognize in order to be success in that country, for the situation to resolve itself it either means that maliki must go or he's going have to change. it's likely the message that secretary of state john kerry will deliver in person. already there have been conversations taking place in that region by senior u.s. officials including the ambassador with some of the iraqi leaders as they try to discuss the potential of the possibilities for the formation of a new iraqi government. >> president obama says that these three military advisers will not be in combat. but as you know, we're talking some high ranking individuals. we have army rangers, navy seals. they're on the ground in iraq. how will the military be able to keep the distinction. the adviser distinction? >> i
Bloomberg
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am EDT
just another ipo and a long list of ipos in europe. a lot of activity picking up right now. at thesere looking numbers, when you look at that region as a whole, you were seeing the best first quarter this year since 2007. previous add up the first quarters of the previous four years, and they still would not equal this year. a rebound into see europe, and when you see stock markets a six-year highs, it is time to exit. >> is that a regulatory requirement of the europeans do notr is that they want to own -- >> it was always in the cards that euronext what always gets spun off, and here it is today. what i did see is that it is priced of the bottom of the range, and it has fallen below the price this morning. a lot of concern about what this means for the company going forward. >> thank you. . coming up, hot money. this is not your average amusement park. you will hear from the ceo of digger land. we're living in the golden age of television, and i think hbo is a golden brand in television. >> we have the hbo ceo richard plepler. ♪ >> it is time for some bloomberg west top tech
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am EDT
as a model for austerity cuts? i would love your thoughts about europe, as well. >> i, on balance, feel uk actions were right. austerity management. begin that the world had changed over the last seven, eight years, if you look at fiscal numbers, europe, the rich countries look much worse than emerging economies. the world was never like that. that being so, fiscal austerity is something that they would have to go for. european countries in particular. the question is that design of this austerity. i think most of the debate ought to be on the design of austerity rather than austerity. britain did right. they took harsh moves, which did have a slowing down effect. we expect the uk to grow at 3% which for a rich country is pretty good figure. the costs taken through austerity are beginning to pay some dividends over there the euro zone had negative growth last year. last year the world banks, only two regions had negative growth. euro zone and mideast and north africa. we are expecting euro zone to climb back. some countries have not done well, netherlands the first quarter did not
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 6:00am PDT
interesting to see what the response is to secretary kerry's diplomatic trip. i was in europe and my suspicion is talking to people in the region recently, my suspicion is what kerry will hear from a lot of these people is are you going to get this thing done and do what you need to do in order to use your air assets, your counter-terrorism expertise, intelligence gathering to degrade al qaeda and to stop the creation of a caliphate in iraq and syria. bill: if that is all true, on the map we can show the shaded region where we believe isis is in control from aleppo in eastern syria down to the border with iran. if that is the case, karl, then if you are going to chase down these fighters it's not just iraq, it's syria, too, and there will be strikes inside that country. >> in all likelihood yes. and we'll have to step up assistance to the free syrian army and the non-al qaeda factions in syria to degrade them. the hand of al qaeda has been strengthened inside syria and isis, the al qaeda affiliate are enemies of the assad regime and enemies of al qaeda. bill: that's mission creeping.
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 9:00am EDT
days an ago and the system is swirling around the southeast corner in europe since then. the bright white areas of clouds is the heaviest of downpours at the moment. it is over the region for a couple of days now and that is the problem with the heavy rain. has bulgaria where we are seeing the worst of the weather. this is along the coast. and here 72 millimeters of rain. you might not think that is too much, but look at what it has done. it is throwing around the cars, and children's toys. over the next few days there is better news on the horizon, this system is clearing. the trouble is it is quite a slo process and working towards the east there, as we head throughout the remainder of the day edging to the east and still with us until saturday. what we can do is completely dry weather and here more showers, actually many eastern parts of europe expect to see the fairly unsettled weather. it is a very big contrast over the western parts of europe. high pressure is in charge and fine and settled. very fine in london there. >> thank you very much. still ahead, one border, four count
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 6:00am PDT
there. europe never -- it was never asked of the european union. they were called the common market back then. it hasn't worked. the fact that franco and the dictatorship in portugal couldn't join the european union and all of its institutions and get all of the aid, you know, financial aid from europe hasn't worked. what do you mean? at the time that franco died, that was instrumental in the democratic transition. the democratic opposition in cuba overwhelmingly in consensus form knows how important this leverage is in their hands. the democratic transition will come. the castros are in their 80s. fortunately, they'll be gone soon. but it's important that now we not reward the castros for, you know, increasing the repression on the opposition and the cuban people and lift and give them now unilaterally billions and billions of dollars. as i say, this is an issue doesn't matter when people arrived, doesn't matter the age or the political party, they're supportive of conditioning the lifting of sanctions to a democratic transition, but we continue to get these push-pulls paid for by
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 9:00am EDT
. northeast maybe the european markets. it's called ttip, the agreement with europe, but the reality is this is a prime opportunity for us to create more good-paying jobs. the trade jobs often pay better than do the non-trade jobs, and i'm determined to find a way to a new bipartisan coalition for trade policy. >> but you are swimming upstream against a populist current in the country, i think it's fair to say, and that makes it even harder. it's never been easy to sell free trade. isn't it even harder now than it was a few years ago, or certainly before the 2007-2008 recession? >> i may call it smart trade, but the point really is if you have a new agenda that focuses on the concerns middle class people are talking about -- i mentioned enforcement, i mentioned labor matters, ensuring that environmental, you know, policy, whether it's illegal logging or overfishing or not taking away american jobs. my determination is to get a significant block of democrats in the senate, well over a majority of democrats, to be part of a new focus on trade policy. this is not going to be your grandpare
CNBC
Jun 20, 2014 9:00am EDT
from europe as well. it could be that maliki's time is already numbered. we'd like to show you local n p newspapers and cartoons. they tell a good story. this is a magazine here in kurdistan, northeast reason of iraq, semiautonomous hoping to be independent someday, there's maliki surrounded by bombs, and the labels on the bombs say "isis," that's the militant group in southern syria as well. this came out long before president obama's speech yesterday or the statement from the cleric today, but, certainly, maliki under deep pressure so far in iraqi state tv, he said he will not step down, but the pressure may be too great. we'll have to see. back to you. >> michelle, good point, especially after that presidential press yesterday. michelle caruso-cabrera in iraq for us. still to come, wait until you see cramer with restoration hardware's ceo last night. what does the retailer's catalog have to do with it? that's next. coming up at 11:00 eastern time, eye wear maker, the company on cnbc's disruptor 50 list, and we'll talk to him. we'll be right back. avo: waves don't care what a
CBS
Jun 20, 2014 6:00am PDT
east and europe this weekend to work with his counterparts to get a handle on the crisis. >>> it is 6:07 on your friday. the pope, pope francis, voicing some strong opinions on yet another controversial topic. what he is saying about the legalization of marijuana. >> a stockton prison inmate has the interne buzzing. the man with the famous face talks about his new found notoriety. >> a lot of clouds outside. what about this summer weekend? we'll have your weekend forecast coming up next. >> and we have traffic jams now at the bay bridge toll plaza. delays from the 880 overcrossing, also slow traffic for 580 along the altamont pass. i'll have details of "kcbs traffic" coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ ♪ we're lucky, it's not every day you find a companion as loyal as a subaru. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. [monotone] she says, "switch to progressive and you could save hundreds." call or click today. minnesota and much of the midwest today. non stop rain e >>> checking out people here wading through water in minnesota and much. midwest today -- much of the midwest today. n
LINKTV
Jun 20, 2014 5:30am PDT
to keep steering the country towards europe. then june 27, i will sign e.u. agreement. >> european leaders have called russian president vladimir putin to urge him to bring an end to the standoff. >> for more, let's bring in our moscow correspondent. there seems to be a lot of confusion when it comes to the russian-ukraine border. tell us what is happening on the ukrainian side. >> ukraine said its military forces have restored control of its border with russia. ukraine's defense minister made the announcement early friday. according to him, this means ukrainian forces can prevent military equipment being wrought from russia to ukraine by pro-russian separatists. representatives of the people's republic of china asked -- donetsk denies this. the move to close the border seems to be part of the peace plan that will be made public later on friday. some details have emerged already. one of the proposals is to build a buffer zone on the russian-ukrainian border. many analysts are skeptical ukraine has enough resources to effectively control the border with russia. >> on thursday, nato
CBS
Jun 20, 2014 5:00am PDT
president is also sending secretary of state john kerry to the middle east and europe this weekend to work with his counterparts to get a handle on the crisis. >>> a rare bipartisan vote on capitol hill protects americans from government spying. this companies a year after edward snowden leaked information about the nsa spying activities. government agencies can no longer collect personal online information without a warrant. nsa and the cia are also prohibited from assessing commercial tech products. house approved the measure yesterday. >>> two houses went up in flames in the south bay. the fire started at the base of mount hamilton in the eastern san jose foothills and quickly spread to the homes that burned. kiet do is on the scene this morning. >> reporter: maybe we can show you some of the scene out here. it is a total loss for these two properties. these two homes are pretty much burned to the ground. nothing left but charred debris. surprisingly, neighbors say good riddance. this cell phone video shows a fire yesterday afternoon quickly went to two alarms engulfing two structu
SFGTV
Jun 20, 2014 4:30am PDT
-stop to cities around the united states and europe and latino america and canada so we have the world covered for you and now, of course, adding changing do we're honored that mr. mayor is here and the people from the general council from china and all of you are customers a lot of our important travel partners and media we're tliefrld i'm going to turn it over to our fabulous mc mr. mike. thank you, again everything that's a pleasure to be here. >> thank you dave hilton man. >> folks next up i'd like to introduce somebody who really is approximately to the city and done a fantastic job as our may be mayor he's the people's mayor folks i'd like to welcome mr. mayor meanwhile. (clapping.) >> thank you mike and thank you, david for m that wonderful delay when a with wasn't a that a great performance on that think name changing dave and i were joking he needs that skill for the business world i need it for our political world we're going to have to excel but i want to say congratulations to united you've been a huge part of our airport hub. >> thank you john and other chiang did you is o
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